JetBlue Founder David Neeleman Considers Used Jets to Get Early Start at New U.S. Airline

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An Azul Embraer jet on the ground in Rio De Janeiro. Airline entrepreneur David Neeleman may use some ex-Azul jets for his U.S.-startup airline. David / Flickr

Skift Take: We know better than to second guess the world’s No. 1 living airline entrepreneur. But if you’re Moxy, why not just wait for shiny new Airbus A220s fresh from the factory? They’ll probably be more reliable and can fly farther than the older Embraers.

— Brian Sumers

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